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Freshly refitted 74.5m superyacht LADY E available for Australia charters for NYE

By Editorial Team   10 December 2021

74.5m (244ft) superyacht LADY E joins the charter fleet with a bang. Fresh from her 2020 refit which saw her extended by 6m (19.7ft) and sporting a new beach club, this vessel is in her charter prime. Guests can enjoy motor yacht LADY E's sparkling new areas and see out 2021 in style in Australia. She will be available for New Year charters in Melbourne or Sydney from 31 December 2021, before becoming available in other locations in Australia (or the Maldives) in the first half of 2022.

This Amels beauty that first launched in 2006 features 6 elegantly appointed staterooms for up to 12 guests in total. She has 22 members of crew to ensure a seamless yacht charter experience.

lady e superyacht sundeck
superyacht lady e alfresco dining
superyacht lady e jacuzzi

Truly one of the finest yachts available for charter, guests are guaranteed the trip of a lifetime in the utmost comfort onboard LADY E. With more than four levels of phenomenally spacious deck space, her highlights include a convivial sit-up bar and lounge, a 77in TV, a huge heated pool on the sundeck, as well as a BBQ deck. As for her relaxation amenities, LADY E has extensive spa facilities, boasting a Turkish hammam, massage and beauty room and a new beach club.

She also sports brand new water toys. This includes a Wajer 55 and a Super Air Nautique G23, ensuring guests have endless fun at sea.

Yacht charters in Australia

sydney harbour at sunset

A constellation of natural wonder, an Australia yacht charter wows guests. From the topaz shallows of the Whitsundays to mind-blowing snorkelling spots like the Great Barrier Reef or cities like Sydney that fizz with life, there are cruising grounds to suit every taste.

To book M/Y LADY E this New Year's, please consult your chosen yacht charter broker.


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